April 18, 2014
April 11, 2014
Help with our 2014 $10,000 Challenge and Purchase Your Brick on Legacy Walk
Small Bricks starting at $180
Large Brick starting @ $500. Contact Charae@email.arizona.edu for more information.
Contact us or call 520.624.6561
University of Arizona Hillel
1245 E. 2nd Street
Tucson, AZ 85719
Charae graduated from Chapparral Business Trade School in Business. Charae and has been at Hillel for the past nine years. She REALLY loves watching reality shows, bowling, crafting and sewing. Her husband, Steve is in the military and we love spending time together, even though we have ALOT of different views on life. My position enables me to be a surrogate mom at Hillel and I love shooting the breeze. Stop in and say "HI"!
Robyn Schwager is a UA alumna with a degree in psychology. Satisfying her love of all-things-retail, she was a buyer for Levy’s (a former division of Federated Department Stores) prior to spending 22 years as an active volunteer in the Tucson community. When the youngest of her 3 daughters moved out of the house to go to college, Robyn returned to the work force and is using the skills she learned as a volunteer to benefit Hillel (eg: spreading the word and raising money.) Stop by any time to chat and for M&M’s or fresh popcorn. And don’t forget……Fridays are Challah-days in her office – check it out!
Director of Jewish Student Life
Ryan Woloshin firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan hails from Yorktown, Virginia and is a graduate of Randolph College where he earned a B.A. in Political Science and Environmental Studies. Ryan enjoys working with students and promoting positive Jewish Experiences. Ryan finds the opportunity to help guide students in their exploration of Judaism as one of the most rewarding experiences and is excited to be at the University of Arizona. Outside of Hillel, Ryan is an avid sports fan, with a strong affinity for Bubba Watson and all Detroit sports teams. Ryan enjoys long walks on the beach, coming up with creative trivia team names, and Wagon Wheel.
Naama is from Kiryat Gat, Israel, and graduated from Ben Gurion University of the Negev with a BA in management and human resources. During the last two years, Naama worked in customer service and project management. She has served in the IDF search and rescue unit, serving as a Captain in charge of the unit logistics. She loves people and loves working with people! In her spare time, Naama enjoys scuba diving, hiking and off roading, in addition to dancing, shopping, baking and reading. Drop by to say hello to her and welcome her to the States.